New Products

Warm Season Grass Mixes


We are excited to announce four new warm season grass mixes for 2023. These mixes are designed to produce well in hot and dry weather of the prairies, plains and hill country of the west, southwest and midwest.

Santa Fe Trail Mixture

For prairies, arroyos and hill country up to 8,000' elevation

Pioneer Pride Grass Mixture

For prairies, arroyos and hill country from 4,000 - 5,000' elevation

Homesteader's Choice Grass Mixture

For prairies and plains from 3,000 - 6,000' elevation

Mountain Pass Grass Mixture

Native and introduced species for mountain sites over 8,000' elevation

Wildflowers & Wildflower Mixes

Beautify with Wildflower Mixes for your region

We have single flower varieties for desert lowlands to alpine highlands. Our popular regional wildflower mixes are specific to your needs and area.

50+ Species

to choose from!

Wildflowers for sun & shade

Flowers from desert lowlands to alpine highlands

Single Species

Regional wildflowers

Mixes formulated for 11 different ecoregions

Wildflower Mixes
Native & Introduced Grasses

Extensive grass seed selection

We stock a complete cross-section of warm season and cool season grasses for range and pastures of all kinds. We have native and introduced grasses for range, ranch, and home.

Not sure which one you need? Let us help you decide.


Warm season grasses green up and grow when the weather is warm. Many warm season grasses are mixed with native wildflowers. Warm-season grasses have multiple benefits for wildlife, grasslands, range lands, reclamation, late-season pastures and hay crops for livestock.

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Cool season grasses begin their growth as temperatures rise in the spring. They can also be used for fall adaptations. Often times cool season grasses are planted in the fall intending for spring growth. Cool season pastures retain better forage quality than warm season grasses.

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Seed for Ranch and Range

We’ve been consulting with farmers and ranchers across America since 1974. Let us help you plan your next seeding project and help you select seeds suited to your area and desires.


Affected by wildfires?We can help.

Since 1974 Great Basin Seed has stood strong with homeowners, cattlemen, ranchers and landowners in times of environmental crisis. We have been there to offer consultation and provide seed after countless wildfires, and we are here to help you now.

If you are one of the many thousand who have suffered during this unprecedented fire season, give us a call. We can help you rebuild.

Information on Post-Fire Recovery

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We invite you to participate in fundraising efforts for one of the Great Basin Seed family.

I’ve been diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma. It’s been an ongoing battle since February 2020.  It started as a mole on my head, and the latest scans show that it’s in my lymph nodes, throughout my neck and in multiple vertebrae in my back. I’ve been through multiple therapies to get control of it, but that’s proving hard to accomplish. My biggest concern is making sure that should this take a turn for the worst that my family will be ok. With all the changes and sadness that comes with losing a loved one, the last thing I want them to have to worry about is how they’re going to keep a roof over their head and food on the table.” Chris Timothy



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  • "BIG THANKS to Jason and Mary! Jason for sorting me out on the seed sale and Mary for educating me more on what I needed than I found in several hours of internet research on my own. You guys made me a happy customer before I was even a customer :-)"
  • "Thank you so much for helping us! 5 years ago we bought 10 acres of weeds at 5,000 ft. in Idaho. I emailed you a couple of times and took your recommended seed. We now have two lovely pastures and have raised cows to feed the family for 3 years. Your wildflower seeds fill the nine-tree orchard to keep the ground shaded, so I do not have to water as often. I have recommended your business to others with grass questions. Thank you so much for getting us on the right track."
    Judy K. via the Great Basin Seed Facebook Page